Creating multiple filter parameters
A report developer can also define multiple conditions, for which a user specifies values, further narrowing the scope of data displayed in a report. For example, you can define the first condition such that the user specifies a Sales Office value, the next condition where the user specifies one or more Product Lines, and a third condition where the user specifies a Profit value or range. The user can specify that the Sales Office value is equal to Boston, the Product Line is In Classic Cars, and Motorcycles, and that the Profit is less than or equal to 1001.10, as shown in the example. BIRT Studio displays the data rows that fulfill all three conditions.
You can specify multiple static filter parameters, dynamic filter parameters, or a combination of both types. You create multiple filter parameters on Advanced Filter. The following section describes how to define multiple filter parameters in a report design.

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